Hotel Palais de Chaillot
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Palais de Chaillot Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
... bottle of rum alongside LOL."
So our first job was to find out where the hell the bureau de paris abessess was and then find a liquor store, I supposed. Then after Katie said, "Because they are holding your phone hostage for rum...." "No, because they didn't have to contact me at all." But, by the time we got packed back up and were out the door I decided screw the rum! I'm getting my phone back.
... have tickets to go in to the Louvre so we walked around. We took a lot of pictures along with everyone else there and had fun watching people trying to sell cheap Eiffel Tower souvenirs for 1 Euro. Off to the EiffelTower and again they were amazed by the fact that it existed for real and by the sheer size of it. We rode up to the second level and enjoyed views of the city. The second and first levels are very different from when we were here 9 years ago. ...
... that afternoon we had a free tour booked, which met at Michel Fountain. Luckily, the fountain was just a few minute walk away from the love lock bridge. After a fe w stops on the tour, we stopped following it because it only brought us to the outside of buildings and we wanted to go inside. We stopped at the Notre Dame Cathedral, which is 850 years old and is the most famous cathedral in the world. The inside, as well as the outside, was stunning. After ...
... Tess is still driving a hard bargain. She is now a seasoned haggler!!!
Clint stopped to take some great night shots. We ate dinner at a restaurant near the Tower.
It started to lightly rain so Clint, Meg and Tess ran back to get the car. I waited with Dan, Andie & Lily under shelter near the tower for them to come past with the car. While we were there we met a man who was waiting with flowers and ...
... so this is her chance to stock up. I found a couple of unusual items - and will post up a picture on here for you to make up your own mind about. We then wandered around the shops at the bottom of the Montparnasse tower. Nothing special, mostly clothes stores - did find a leather jacket that looked good, but still plenty of shopping days left in Paris. No point buying the first thing you see. They have a few Christmas market stalls - but they didn't ...